All in favour, say aye

All in favour, say aye

The legalities around online board meetings Working from home would appear to be the new norm going forward in the corporate space with companies having to ramp up their remote work capabilities and update their Memoranda of Incorporation (MOI) to ensure compliance...

The pitfalls of dying without a valid will

The pitfalls of dying without a valid will

Estate planning is one of those things that often fall by the wayside. We all know that drafting a will is something we should do, but we often find ourselves thinking, “I’ll sort that out another day; there’s plenty of time….” It may seem morbid or depressing to...

Alternative Dispute Resolution during lockdown

Alternative Dispute Resolution during lockdown

While approaching the courts is a traditional method for resolving disputes between parties, there are times and circumstances where the courts are not necessarily the best option. Now, more than ever during the current Covid-19 lockdown, with the courts only open for...

POPI Unpacked

POPI Unpacked

As POPI becomes mainstream, the issues around privacy are readily becoming topics of conversation around the braai, at the pub, the dinner table and lunch with the ladies.  This awareness by individuals is causing people to be more sensitive as to how their...

Fixed-Fee Mediation vs uncertain litigation costs

Fixed-Fee Mediation vs uncertain litigation costs

Through handling countless mediations every year, I understand that not all disputes are created equal – from divorce to business rescue, unruly neighbours, workplace disputes, commercial, insurance and property disagreements -  the magnitude, complexity,...

Cryptocurrency in death and divorce

Cryptocurrency in death and divorce

Cryptocurrency in death and divorce By Stephan Haynes Cryptocurrency can be defined as a virtual asset which resembles monetary value and is exchanged on a decentralised marketplace by way of blockchain technology. In layman’s terms, these are virtual assets that can...

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